Carpe Diem

Carpe diem. 

Patience for minutes or hours or days may be a good idea. But I would never give the impression that I’m a patient person. Impatience adds a sense of urgency to the situation, and even a little impatience gives the other side artificial deadlines and strengthens your side. But patience for weeks or months or years is a complete waste of time. You only live once and each minute comes only once. Don’t waste a single one. You could grow and die while they live the good life. If someone is extolling the virtues of patience, they’ve already lost or they’re a couch potato destined for an unremarkable life. If you’d prefer a remarkable life, be a trifle impatient. 

Carpe diem. 

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